Procyon – 80 MHz ARM Cortex M3 with SDRAM, Ethernet, SD, USB

Published at: 8/09/2012 Category:
Procyon is a general purpose development board with special features for Ethernet, USB, and audio applications. It is based on Luminary Micro/Texas Instruments LM3S9x9x series of parts. The initial MCU is LM3S9B90.
The board contains the following features:
  • 80 MHz, 100 Pin Cortex M3 Processor
  • 16 MB SDRAM accessed on a 50 MHz EPI bus
  • USB Host/Device/OTG port
  • microSD card slot (Attached to SSI1/SPI1)
  • 10/100 Ethernet
  • I2S header for DAC output interface
  • Up to 24 GPIOs available
  • 3 UART, 2 I2C, 1 CAN, 2 SPI/SSI (one shared with microSD card)
  • 10-bit ADCs
  • General purpose timers: four 32-bit or eight 16-bit
  • FTDI/Basic UART debug/program interface, on 16 pin GPIO/configuration header
  • Three 10 pin headers for daughter boards
  • 20 Pin JTAG Header
  • User LED and User switch [Link]

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